There are few name plates in the Muscle Car world that are instantly recognizable and the Dodge Charger is right on top on them all. Heck, even Dodge had to bring it back again because it’s such a hot car. This 1972 Charger was restored over the past couple years and is a wonderful car for shows and driving. It features its original 318 that was rebuilt 18k miles ago. It has an Edelbrock aluminum intake with Edelbrock 1406 Carb on top, Electronic ignition, factory exhaust manifolds into dual exhaust, 727 Automatic Transmission that was also rebuilt. ARE wheels with radial tires. The interior is original. Dyna mat is installed under the factory carpet for a quieter ride. It has bucket seats and a console, original AM radio, and factory gauges. The body is in excellent condition and was expertly restored. The white paint has blue and green pearl which shines in the sun. A fiberglass R/T hood was installed and a wing on the trunk lid for the added look. A new front bumper was also installed. The brakes were upgraded to front disc, which is all new. It also has its original Broadcast sheet and fender tag showing how it was built from new. This car runs perfect, drives very well, looks great, and is something you can use on the weekends or as a very cool daily driver.
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